Bolivar De La Cruz, with a baby on the way, has just made the treacherous journey over the border from Mexico to Los Angeles, California, home of the beautiful and restless Lola Sara, whose...
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Four paramedics on duty in Arizona intercept a distress call from Mexico. Training kicks in as they illegally cross the border to help. Suddenly trapped inside their own ambulance, nothing could prepare them for what they would encounter.
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Dr. Alexanderson finds an unconscious young man by the doorstep of his cabin. He will try to piece together the mans broken memory without knowing the dangers his family and friends will be... See full summary »
A San Francisco spoken word artist returns to New Mexico to be with his dying father, only to find he loses his "voice" as he is sucked back in to the dysfunctional life of drugs and violence he left behind.
In order to help save the world from an Aztec Apocalypse, a gringo from the barrio, raised by an elite group of covert Mexican warriors, has to over-come self doubt transforming into a ... See full summary »
Bolivar De La Cruz, with a baby on the way, has just made the treacherous journey over the border from Mexico to Los Angeles, California, home of the beautiful and restless Lola Sara, whose parents made the same journey some twenty years ago. Now two people from very different sides of the same culture find themselves on a collision course with the events that will change their lives forever. Written by
Amazing story and acting especially Kuno(re:NY INT. LATINO FILM FEST.2006
I had the pleasure to see it at the NY INT. LATINO FILM FESTIVAL 2006.I thought the story,acting ,directing and cinematography was definitely quality oriented. The problems of immigration are well depicted in this movie which helps raise awareness of the great need for reform of our immigration laws. Although independent and not from a major studio, it has great market value in our current political US state of affairs concerning immigration.Besides that ,KUNO alone is enough to want to see it in the theaters and later in DVD format....Kuno is on his way up...
This movie is definitely worth seeing!
I am looking forward to seeing more independent films of this caliber from the director and producers.
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